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Old 9th October 2006, 20:51   #1
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Eww...the old one looked better. Plus there is hardly any change at the rear.
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there is hardly any major diffrence at all
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These prototypes must be just to fool the journos etc... The real one should be far better!!
Please!!! Porsche!!!
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This one looks much better.

The headlamps resemble the 5 Series headlamps styling. Is it really that way? Or is it just a cover?!

Bumpers are different too, more like a body-kit or maybe its just to cover some aspects of the car. And that border on the wheel arches make it look much heavier.
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I kinda like it too. This one looks angrier and meaner.
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This car will never ever be attractive to look at.
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Btw, the Cayenne was nicknamed as Frog earlier due to it's shape. Now, if the new one is something like we see here, it'll be named as what? Porcupine?
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i seriously dont find more than 5% (hyoothetically) difference between this & the current offering. that too being a novice in knowing the series & so on. they look almost the same.
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Certainly some noticible differences at the front. Cant find anything new at the rear. Never liked the Cayenne when it came out but the it just grew on me.

The final production model will definately be better looking than this prototype IMO
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